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by Ian Halperin
  • However, quite the opposite was proved by this investigation


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      The Final Years of Michael Jackson by Ian Halperin takes us on a journey that was intended to expose Michael Jackson as a pedophile.

      The author, Ian Halperin, set out to prove that Michael Jackson got away scott free with the crimes of molesting a young boy that he was accused of.

      The author of this book has


      been working on this book for five years and the book was in stores before Michael Jackson passed away. A few years prior, Mr. Halperin stated on record that Michael was too ill to perform the upcoming concerts.

      Mr. Halperin is an undercover investigative reporter that used his investigating skills to prove once and for all Michael Jackson ...


      • was not the misunderstood being that so many of his fans thought he was. However, quite the opposite was proved by this investigation!

        While “Wacko Jacko” surely had his flaws and acted very peculiar, he was not guilty as most people believed. Much to his surprise, Mr. Halperin found proof to verify that Michael Jackson was indeed

        innocent.

        This is a great book that brings you into the life of Michael Jackson and helps you understand some of the things that he did. At times, you will even feel sorry for him and wonder what went so wrong in his life.

        This is a good read and will bring some light into Michael Jackson’s life and bizarre behavior.




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